I agree 100%. Change management is a much bigger thing than just source code management. But we all have to live within a budget and while I would love to have a full Change Management system I can only afford source code management. And using a Change Management system built with an I environment in mind would be better than a one built around a different environment and ported.

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Christopher Smith wrote:
Use a free SCM like Subversion or CVS.

Keep in mind that there's more to change control on the i than just source code.

Object's need to be managed, programs recreated & recompiled, logical & physical files need to be rebuilt in the correct order, etc.

This is where an i specific SCM product really helps.

(who works for MKS, a SCM vendor, in addition to running these lists)

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